Android

Baidu previews Android-based smartwatch OS for Chinese market

The Chinese gadget market is one of the biggest in the world, and you can bet that tech companies and gadget makers are looking towards targeting that demographic. Search-engine and tech giant Baidu sees the potential of the wearable market in the region, and since both Apple and Google still haven't delved into it, they're looking to fill that gap. They've launched a preview of their Android-based smartwatch OS called DuWear.

Snapdragon 810-powered Xiaomi Mi Note Pro ready for pre-order this May 6

No official launch or announcement from the PR guys of the company but the Snapdragon 810 variant of the Xiaomi Mi Note, aka Mi Note Pro, will soon be available. This is according to Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun himself who shared the good news on his Weibo account. The Chinese executive said that the top model version of the Xiaomi Mi Note will be ready for pre-order starting May 6 in China, all ready to compete in the high-end smartphone category.

WWE 2K now available on Android devices for wrestling fanatics

If it's always been your dream to become a professional wrestler, now is your chance to become one, although it will only be through virtual means. WWE 2K is now available for mobile devices and it is the first simulation-style WWE game that they've ever released on this platform. You can act as your favorite wrestling superstars and even play against them as well in the only authentic in-ring mobile game which can bring you all the WWE mobile action you'd want.

7th Guest: 20th Anniversary Edition lands exclusively for Android

A new video game has landed exclusively for Android gamers and it is a remake of an old classic game. The game is called the 7th Guest: 20th Anniversary Edition. This game was incredibly popular when it first launched back in 1994. Obviously, it wasn’t originally aimed at mobile platforms since there really wasn’t any mobile gaming back then.

Continue your historical mission with Frontline Commando: WW2

There are two kinds of history buffs: those that like reading about it, and those that like being in it, or at least imagining themselves in it. Now if you're interested in the war parts of world history, then this game might be up your alley. Frontline Commando: WW2 is the sequel to Frontline Commando: D-Day and it picks up where it left off, this time dealing with the Occupation during that period of history.

Dormi Baby Monitor now brings video support

Being a geek doesn't stop when you become a parent. In fact, your geekiness will become even worse once you have a baby because you'd want to be always connected to your child. Of course, you can't hand your kid the latest smartphone, tablet, or computer but you may use the most hi-tech toys, accessories, and anything digital or electronic in the baby gadget industry. Parents nowadays have no reason not to be in the know or connected from their children because of the gadgets available.

Ikea releases wireless charging furniture and accessories

Last month we told you about a wireless charging furniture line that Ikea was going to introduce to the market. They have now officially announced what kind of products will be available this spring, and it's even better than what we expected (well, if you're a fan of wireless charging, convenience, and nice looking furniture in your house). Even if you don't buy new furniture, they're also offering charging pads and other accessories that you can DIY and add to your existing stuff at home.

BitTorrent celebrates 100 million app downloads with version 3.4

There are around 100 million people (or devices) that have apparently downloaded the BitTorrent and uTorrent mobile apps, and the developers couldn't be happier with this milestone, which has more than doubled since their last announced landmark which was 40 million back in November 2013. And as a treat for mobile users, they have released version 3, bringing improvements to its core, as well as providing a built-in music and video player to make it easier to play your downloads.

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